The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 15, 1956 · Page 28
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ST. JOSEPH'S HIGH SCHOOL Class of 1956 Photos by Isaacson Studio Algona 4-Alflena (la.) u>ptr,D<ji Main*! Tw«day, May 15^ 1956 Ledyard Holds Annual Group Election ,,_> afternoon the W.S.d.s. mef at the church with Mrs Edward Lpoft and Mi" Cecil Pingel .as htislesses. During the business ^meeting plan." were made lui' a food sale to be held on Saturday afternoon. May 26th. The annual election of officers was held < with the following being elected. President, Mrs D. B. Mayer; vice president, MM E< A. Carpenter; secretary, Mrs D. A. Carpenter; Promotion secretary, Mrs ^ Pingel; treasurer, Mrs Har- Herzog. Secretary of Spiritual Life. Vfrs Glenn Burrow; Secretary of Christian Social Relations and Liocal Church Activities, Mrs Edward Looft; Secretary of Missionary Education, Mrs Lena Warner; Secretary of Supplies, Mrs Marie Halvorson; Secretary }f Student work, Mrs N. A Pingel. Status of women Chairman, Mrs Gertrude Wiemer; .Secretary of Literature, Mrs Ray Went- -.'orth; Circle Chairmen, Mrs Everett Teems, and Mrs Ray Wentworth. Following the business meeting VIrs Mayer was in charge of a Mothers day program. The local Post Office will close it noon on Saturdays from now :>n according to Mrs J. J. McDonald the Postmistress. Mrs V. A. Barrett of Lakota, rs Edward Looft, Mrs D. B. Vtayer.of Ledyard,.and Mrs Ella McKnight of St. Joseph, Mo., vho is visiting her niece and amily, the W. E. Wiehiers, at- ended Swea City Chapter, O.E.S. t Swea City on last Tuesday vening. Plans were made for he visit of the. Worthy Grand Matron and Patron 6'fithe State f Iowa who will visit Stoea City Chapter later in June. Wednesday evening the school acuity had u picnic at Call Park n Algon'a. On Tuesday overling open ouse was 'held at the school and large number of parents and riends visited tht various roorns nd looked over the exhibits and isited with the teachers and vith each other. ' • • Top Row: Roger Sinnwell, Edna Bormann, Joe B jrie. Second How: Mary Dumphy, Rosella Bormann ^-ol •Redina Duene Wevdprt. Third Row: Kay Ann Rsding, Francis Bormann, Marilyn Bormann, Dale Wmgert. Fourth Row: Edmund Berle, Ann M :Guire, Allan Becker, Roger Thul. Boilom How- George Berle, Dorothy Bormann, Worma Jean heeling, Kathryn Gales. Read The Want Ads - It Pays! Townserid Club Met Algona Townsend Club met at the Holdrcn home Tuesday, May 8. .Following the business session; Mrs Holdren conducted th- mystery quiz with - Mrs A. M. Anderson winning. The 1 group than announced Mrs Arnold Lallier winner of the Letters to Mother contest and Mrs Helen uMiuiajn reaci a poem. The next meeting of the club at the W. R. Carney home. There wiu oj a jpccua -neinoiirii program and each person planning •o pt'end "hould take something for the grab bag. Mrs Rex Burrow Rites May 12 At Ledyard Ledyard — Mrs Amelia Ann Rux Burrow was born April 8, 1876 at Muscada. Wis., and died at her howe in Ledyard on May 9, at the age of 80. She was married to Carl Burrow oil July 30, 1901 tit Lakota and three children Were born to this union. They are Elmer, address unknown, Zylphy Hard! and Glehn Burrow both of Ledyard. Mr and Mrs Burrow farmed until 1927 When they moved to their present home in Ledyard. She is survived by her husband Carl, one brother, three sisters, hei* three children and six grandchildren, Edward Burrow of Ledyard, Quentin Hardt of Sutherland, Iowa, Lee Hardt of Littleton, Colo., Natalie Hardt of Ledye.vd, Melva Burrow of Mason City arid Ernest Burrow of Ledyard. Funeral services were held at the Methodist church in Ledyarci where she was a member on ciat- urday at 2 b.fn., May 12 with thfc Rev. Elles qlland of Lake Mills in charge. Burial was in Highland Home Cemetery in Leciyaiu. Mrs Burrows was active until ihe time of her death and while she had not been too well this winter she was up and about and had been calling oh 'friends just a day or two before her death. She was a member of the Woman 1 ; Society of Christian Service am a regular . attendant at Sunda) school and worship services. Sh- leaves to mourn besides ha family and relatives a large cir cle of friends among whom shu was known as Grandma :Burrow NOTES OF SAN DIEGO, CAL.— Mauric .1. Bormann, airman apprentice USN, son of Mr and Mrs Charier Bormann of Whittemore, Iowa," i: serving at the North Island Naval Air Station, 'San biegu Calif. 7 .: ' ..- Hb reported for duty April 5. Before entering ths Navy ii January 1956, he graduate, from Presentation Academy. WE CONGRATULATE THE 1956 SENIOR CLASS OF LEDYARD . .• / *><• .'.-^^ . 7TH DIV.. KJHSA — Marlii Q. Rurk'smcicr,' 22, ' sjn of' M: ;-n 1 Mrs Orville H.unjcimeier. .edvnrd. lovva, recsntly 'was promoted to specialist third clas.^ n Kore-i wht; e lie i~ a membsi of the 7th Infantry Division. Continuing its training, the "Bnvonet" division is the onlj' U. S. Army dvision that hns rs mained in Korea simv the cease • firo. | Specialist Rimksneier i: ? —r \ tion chief in Headquarters Battery of the division's 27th Fi:>k : Artillery Battalion. He entereo the Army in Oct., 1954. Runks- neicr was last stationed at Forl Sill, Okla., and arrived in Kore:; in April, 1955. 4TH DIV., GERMANY—Roberi Menke, whose brother, Johr Menke, lives in Bancroft, Iowa recently was promoted to special st third class in Germany wher he is a member of the 4th In antry Division. Specialist Menke, a radio mentor in the 3d Battalion's headquarters Company of the .livi.sicn'.s 22d Regiment, entered :he Army in August 1954 and ..•ompletud basic n Jinmg at t'orl ^haffee, A-k. Ho i->-; V c'j in Europe in February 1955. WUREZBURG, GERMANY — M/Sfit. Cncil J. Huff, 32, son of Mr and Mrs Cecil B. Huff, Lu- Verne, Iowa, recently re-enlisted n Germany for five years in the Regular Army. Huff, in the Army since 1943, s nrst surg.:unt 01 ihe iuih in fantry Division's Huidquarters Company. He arrived in Europ: rin this tour of duty in October 19. r )5. The sergpant was grao'ii'ite-' from LuVerne Public High School in 1941. t<^-.'. *-*****-fS,ji LYNCH OIL Oliver Farm Equipment _ — Picture by Buntrock-Salie, Storm Lake LefJ to right, lop row: Delmar Krame^mtiar, John Carpenter, Pres., Gerald KeeJe, Treas.. Leo. Willardsen, Supt.. Carol Winler, Sec., Dennis Knoner, V. Pres., Duane Darnell. Second row: Rosalyn Bashara, Karen Schroeder, Harold Menke. Ernie Burrow, Ke'th Knoner, Judy Rose- horo, Lo'-n^e Jorgenson, Third row: Rila Haag, Rita Klocke, Wilma Burl, LaVaun Green, Marilyn Kramersmeier, Don- n-j. ZleUkc, DeEUa Kramersmeier. Bottom row: Janice Wentworth, Djlores Doocy, Barbara Cassem and Patricia Johnson. ft, I I OP B H •B" fl ffl MENTCO. - Ledyard Jack T. lynch Pontiac Cars Indiana Universuy was founded in 1820 as Indiana State t>e.,n nary. WA'S WONDERJHQWPIAC. 1 LAKE . I O VA/ FBI.. MAY lllh DUANE3 ACCOHDIAN BAND SAT., MAY 19th EDDIE ALLEN & OHCH, DAY Partial SUN.. MAY 2S Mercury Recording Artists The Dimonds Recordings Church Bella Will Ring JULES HERMAN And Orchestra Clear Lake Firernans Ball TUES., MAY 22nd DUDE RANCHERS Weekly Teenage Dancing Starts WED., MAY 23rd Country Clubbers Parent* Invited Guests Teenage Adm. 50c WHITTEMORE PRESENTATION ACADEMY - CLASS OF 1956 flfc: %£!£ — m^wffjmmmmimm Mai ]; y im i;u //y UprtntfA^ ; / &%!! ' :V: XoinH.lt Mcrgcn.. JoKrL.Tkut .'-.-•,/ ";;.—-• T r'P^Vrp V'O^K*-:- ..Vft '!iu..»A..!"jf>V{ ' ' — Pictures by Woltz Studios, Des Moincs ITTEMORE HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 1956 WE CONORATUIATE THE SiNIORS C? VVHITTEMORE ON A FINE RECORD ! HAROLD SCHUMACHER Radio & TV - RCA & Westinghouse Wayne Feeds AUTO SERVICE Ostwald & Zimmerman, Props. Rfr — Pictures by Genclli Studius, Sioux City WHITTEMORE HATCHERY & PRODUCE Jamesway Equipment Hy-Une

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